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AUSTRALIA WINS. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. SPRINGBOKS FAIL IN THEIR SECOND ATTEMPT. COTTER AND WHITTY PLAY HAVOC. (By wire.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

AUSTRALIA WINS. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. SPRINGBOKS FAIL IN THEIR SECOND ATTEMPT, COTTER AND WKITTY PLAY HAVOC. (By wircO .M K l/l! 0 UI < N K. Wednesday. Conditions varied for the. fourth days' nlay of (lie Tost mntcli. The weather wfts beautifully tine anil cool, find the wlckct lasted well. Then; were si couple ot thou sand person!-, in attendance, when Triimper ami Kelleway resinned. Sinclair bowled to 1 Trnmper, who back-cut one hall for n single. Until facing Faulkuer, Trnmper vaa In difll cultier, With the lirst ball, but next ho sent to square lopr lo the boundary, and another uinsle scored off the same bowler brought liim to the otlicr end. Ho snicked Sin clair out of reatdi of first slip for four, and afterwards the champion got Faulkner away twice to the boundary in one over. Trnmper was now 151, for Uvo hours three quarters hatting. Trnmper so far had given his best cricket, though the opinion of several was j tnat he was out when Sherwell appealed when (lie bat...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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NOTES. THE SHADY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

NOTES. THE SHADY PARK. It Is c tempting subject the matter of a park I'or Tamwonn, and In reverting to the quest Ion an apology is not considered ne cessary. .Most towns have their parks and pleasure spots, and usually it is an ailibi ilon to make these grounds picturesque and convenient. Tlic weather persistently sug gests shady trees ami nuoks, and the longer you consider the proposition, the better it appears. There is nothing wasteful in a park, peradventurc, you do not spell It with an "J." and it can be reckoned a valuable adjunct any lime. The old show ground site has been re-dedicated for recreation pur poses, which is very satisfactory in its way, but the trustees should remember that this official act means nothing more than stating, "There's your ground, make good use of It." A solemn gazettal will not grow trees, tereci conveniences—rather would it wither anything green and fresh, and lovely. The ground is, musty enough without ex pecting anything more than is intended b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

TIME IS THE TEST. The test of time is what tells the tale. "A new broom_sweeps clean," but will it "wear well?" is what Interests most. The public soon find out when . misrepresenta tions are made, and merit alone will stand the test ot time. People appreciate merit., and years ago, publicly ' endorsed Doan's Backache Kidney Pills: they do so still. Would anyone make lire statement which follows, unless convinced that the article was just as represented? A,cure that lasts is the kind that every' sufferer l'roin kidney ills is looking for. . Mrs. K. Cook, North-street, Qulrihdi, says: "For many yc<irs 1 suffered with the kidneys, twice I was laid up altogether, bur I was | always more or less bad. The worst suffer ing was caused by a pain In the small of my I back. This gin worse after doing any heavy work, and I would be almost, crippled, and c ould not do much. Sometimes 1 could not eve lift a bucket of water. I also suffered with headaches and dizziness. I got Dean's Ba...

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THE PIGTAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

THE PIGTAIL. Some two weeks ago the .cables ;informed; tjs that the Chinese Assembly ^presented | a memorial to the Throne, praying (hat all' diplomatists, officers, students. soldiers, and j aailors; should remove their nucaes, which' : ■ are fashionubly known as pigtails, and which ! Commemorate the subjection of Ihe race by ! Mnnchus, who is unreasonably supposed to j have been a bit of a Tartar. We arc now I advised the Throne 1ms kicked out the , reipiest—with costs. What the costs will .be-.! it» Is-'not easy to say, but it n ions and honored' ciuitom is adhered to on ihls oc-' caslon, they will be in heads, lull face, I raluc. .And .that probability • gives a no-' | tiou, that the memorial cuuld well lijvo been j granted, if only lor convenience sake. While the feelings ot the-1 Ugh Executioner are not : usually considered, the absence of the pig tail on- the Great Block, would allow of' pleaner work, ami save the victim u lot of ' ~ quaking.

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DUNGOWAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

DUNGOWAN NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) A social was held in the Wungowan Public Hull-on Monday oveninj;, January 2, tho proceeds to y.c>' to,,.the Tamwortli Hospital. Th0- weather having taken a change, made daucin" a pleasure, and about 50 couples tool; the floor early in the evening. Tho music was supplied by Messrs. Henry, Fos ter, anil Howard, extras being rendered by Mr. A. Fisher and Mr. ,T. Herden. The duties of M /;C. were carried out by Mr. E. TucUey 'and Mr. 10. Butler. Refreshments were served at midnight, after which danc ing was l;cot- up until about 3 a.m., when all wended their "way to their respective homes after a trwd ninbt's enjoyment. Great credit is duo to Miss A. McDonald, the promoter, and those who assisted her to' arrange the social, 1 •

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'POSSUM FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

OPOSSUM FARMING. t)possutri farming. «ri|l be :>dJ6<! to A;>sl-niii:iii jinliirnr.u'!, 'ii-iViry'. very -Uiiig,' (uiid it. iH "net • aiiTMa-IV; viiiw- it- ttiil bo with tbe aili ')f lMi;:iish wipitiil 'iimt t.'io run lure will bti iiiiii!(_;ii';itt"!. i N'.rkn l:ii jii:n,r- in vuil 91.1s p,-trl(i <jl thy -iiii-.lii- ''iiriniiix jn Ajiitfi'iej ha--1- .-'.-n Why Avt opossum f.irtii'iiR !).- Australia?-, ,li is only cl" i-jmim: :i- i frl; ] i bill i.iic •ttcriliun, oi the .tud the lu: :ov H:n,i lam ent i*/l i" rJ«> 'flii.i' t: [--pt-rxl iicnuv :!!:n!!■ Ill Aduo lo ; tli? f/F Jurrt".! '[itsiuC friSsi < '■ u:t :v:iT-.i". r-s r.ti,]' lit) a .- i::>- .-• •••' -•M.-i<-in)ii!.-iri- cir mursispk:! i-ySa* >«■«< the .Southern 7.i■!c-rif. arid Xrni- •-'i.isM: Wnlos :>i ;>artit:;* 10,' !:nv.:- ii'iuu ;>.iid for ;u; vv..»i;ii «(•-.• .not 'VuiUvnto" tlio \viii:u. ivIi'.'.O., -1-' r.lio vroiit. -i'l Ur hi.-. >» so fa[....

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MOONBI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

. MOONBI NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) It is pleasing to be able to state that young Master Willie Mellvei'ii is progressing fav orably, and will probably l)» able to get up in about throe weeks. He is a jjouernl fav orite with all who know him, and everyone will be pleased to see him able to g»t about) again. Thomas Bridges, jun., met With a nasty accident on Monday. Ho was adsiinm a. post when tlio adze slipped, cutting him just above the ton of the boot, and severing two of the sinews. The doctor nut several stitch es in it, and says he will"luve to be very i still for some time, » Xot much spirit is being thrown into the ' shire oleetions about, here as yet, but no ' doubt it will be all excitement' at the last ' moment. It is said that -Mr. \Y. M. Wilson is nominated 'nr (' riding in Cockburn Shire, and there is to be a meeting at.. Hyson's Hotel on Saturday evening to form a work in}; committee to secure his return. So far as is known, only one of the retiring co-;£ cillors ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

| LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. i •WEATHER FORECAST. Vostorday's forecast* was:—Warm to liot and sultry generally, sravU'iod thunder storms in the north and nvrtli-past and coastal districts. Hast to uorth-unst winds, j

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ATTUNGA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

ATTUNGA NEWS. !—ro :o (From a correspondent.) Foxes.—The season lor foxes appears bo in winter. They are like We, Um iuhI Co., they like to take matters very easy in sum iiiiii' tiiiui. Mr. Martin MeKeon, tit' Yarra 111011, ;i lew days' a<;o was riding over his lioldinrr. when 111. [jot a whiil" of Koniotliin^ pretty "projagling." The perfume caused liini 10 wall; a lew hundred yards in a dlfl'croni direction, which pulled him up at ii big hoi low log. Upon inspection he discovered re mains of fowls,'turkeys, rabbits, rats,' ami other animals too numerous to nientoii. lie deemed it advisable uj block up the log, and in the morning he and others cut the lot; open, and tlier■■ iound si>: cubs. Five were shot dead, am': one lie save to a friend to take home as :i pec,'but tliuv bad not gone far before the pet I el} out with its owner, mid caught hold ill linn tiijp the feat, of his pants, which caused (lie pet's destruction. Mr. ,Jn.mes brn;;an viewed Four the other day a...

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NEW PARTNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

I . . NEW PARTNERSHIP. In tills issue Mr. W. !■'. Ttibe, solicitor, announces tlmt )i<> has (nUen Into partner ship, Mr. A. J. Prentico, and tho now firm will bo known ns Tribe and Prcntlco. air. Tribe bas been practicing ns a solicitor in Tatnworth sinco 18TH. Mr. Prentice has hart 14 years' .experience in bis profession in Maitland,

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MOOREFIELD RACES. The following weights have been declared for Saturday's races:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

MOOREFIELD RACES. The .following weights have been declared for SaturdrVs races:— | FLYING HANDICAP, six furlongs.—Syl > vamler i):r,, JIaltehester 9.5, Tetragon;; 8.i0, Rose Ailio 8.8, Flint 8.0, Sumir South 8.0, 1 NmiRnr 8.0, Tomla 7.7, Barlev Water 7.7, 1 Smnvfoot 7.7, Wtillensis 7.7, Avrelino 7.7, | Adjacent 7.7, Asturias 7.3, Edna May 7.3, i Jute 7.3, Heliotrope 7.3, Piqnard 6.10, Lang i Loch 0.10, Rosalba 6.7, M.J.A. 6.7, Versailles j 6.7, Gvpsimi 6.7. JUMPKRS" FLAT RACE, ono milo and a ,j quarter.—Paul Neron 11.10., Kairoma. 11.0, i C'laydou Common 11.0, Far roll 10.4. Greu ; fell 10.2, Pharos 10.2, Neirlxi 9.0, Old Blue I 9.0, Boobah 9.0. Gerald 9.0. i APPRENTICES' HAXPTCAP. one mile.— ' Blue Robin 9.5, Idyia 9.5, Grampian 9.0, : Chaste 8.8,*Valmia 8.8, Lady TCIsa 8.8 Noncla 8.8, Swagger 8.8, i(uss Lima 8.8. Yallah 8.4, , ulivpnza 8.4, Hello Vive 8.4 Ladv Polly 8.4, ! Derby Haven 8.4, Hazo 8.4, Wilkins 8.4, Bon ..Fws«» 8.4. Opulence 8.4, Roman Nose i 8.4, Real (5riU 8.4. ...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

,-r.iv-it success on •.AW?lnRftTh»r»'\vW- C-10''in r.vi'/.cs, 'uui it is tSt'^cxt-Veuv tile"amount ft-.ll 1.0 ^Eyerytljife wenti off n'ess in throwing' open a f2?ur tho'pienickers was much app.Lciau.u. - ■ ; , Mr. J. Coyle is running the' mail to >arra-- | moil. • -. • ' J ' , . Farmers have large , areas planted. ^ llJ'- ,1 potatoes about BlacU Alountaju. , . • '■ This . week, sees the oiwm«Sv of scheme of defence, for Australia. - ; Who this- j'ear reach the ago*' !>' J-^- /% or 17, must .be .festered, and loi ' P{j3b | gistration may, be oU'-uuied i1 oni *L ,\L"Sb ' Office or the - area.officer, '.these ,15?Jilted' jn,.'and handed t° the n.i oa. , tfh'ethor. the lad ol the ago 'u. • .. resides in Ji»?.«xeiBptod.i«vea o». not. •- ■ ' .To'put the matter clearly, jo^in Australia whose 14th, loth, ^ » b dulv birthday occurs durins 1J" luuy. , ,i registered by his parents or guardian, during i the mottt'h of Ji\vuvjv\. ■ A day's racing was held at tile" 1 nver-etl Bg&'1-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

White Star Lane! LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DUR-' BAN AND CAPETOWN. REGULAR four-ivoi;].!;.- sailings of 12,000 tons Twiii-s.-rotv Btoat.iws, "AFIUC/' "ME1)JC,"' "PEHSIC," "HUNTC," iintl "SUEVIO." FARES—Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3a. London, £19 to £30. New York, Boston, etc., £25/5 to £ae/5. _ ' ON'i.Y ONE CLASS OF ACG'UMMODA TTOX. Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowest Me-,. : r,?hr°?,§V .bookings to Continental PortB, ^ English MnilnfactiirmR Cpntros, and America od most fnrnraMo terms. The highest class of insulation is installed for th.> saiistainnry rnrria^e mid outturn of frozen Meat* Dairy Produce, Fruit, etc. For Raton of freight, Pamphlet*, eta.. tpplj to—~ • r DALGETY & CO., LTD., . j .. ^RGMts at Newcastle. and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Llsue. S'AlAL, CALONDON, ria EEGULAIi. First and Third Class Pb» acn^L'JTi carried. FAKES.—Saloon—London, from £57. Srd Class—£'10 to £20. Saloon—Cape and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class—£13/13 to £17/17. Round tin- Wo...

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The Tamworth Daily Observer THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911. A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

The Tamworgh Daily Observer •THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911* A 'CHAftlBER OF CGMEBCE. ' It has Keen suggested that ttio business Jnea.pl ITamworth should combine lor tho Suppose ol establishing :i Chamber of Com merce, and no more important and effective action could bo taken to preserve tho large cottimercial interests oC this centre. It has jbeen pointed out, that some such body xvould prove a valuable instrument In forc ing home to the authorities the need of many, improvements in the town and dis trict. There are a number' ot these valu able associations in the northern part of Che State, and Tamworth could not do bet ter than fall into line. In the matter of railway conveniences and freight much improvement in desirable, and many of these anomalies could be rectified it n Btrpngly constituted Chamber of Commerce were in existence. Unity is a great force In attaining an end, and a body of united business men in Tain worth weald find by combining that they are better able to pro tect ...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

CYCLING. The o.velins and athletic carnival, held- at i nfie Sydney Sporta Ground, on Monday nifflit., indor fclie ausnicoa of tlio Loiigut" of Nctv : South Wales Wheelmen, and the New South ; Wains Athletic League), ifas wnll attended, ■ lespite the unfavorable weather conditions. ; The different eventu were keenly contested, iiul some excellent sport was witnessed, ilesults:— . *"' NliW YEAR'S WHEfcTi RACK, 2 miles. Prizes, -£15, .£3, and £2.-i-P. Multon.Snyds, ! !; A. F. Gren'da, 40yds behind scratch, 2; K. Mutton, 05 yds.'3. 'l'lme, 4min. II1,'.sec. ' GRAND GHALLKN'GK RACE.—Geo. H. • :{order (N'.S.W.) v. A. F. Grenda (Tns.). 'rreo. £30, £10 ' a side, and f!] 0 adde<I; ! Iireo half-mile lioats, t:np.iccd; best two to .Wn.—As Horder won two straight out heats the tlfird heat was not nociwary, and the State champion was declared tile winner of : the match. | VIVE MILKS SCRATCH RAQR. Prizes,: £7, £2. and £1; laps. 2/0,t>er hip.—Result: A. F. Gronda <Tas.), 1...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

CRICKET. I , A team reweKentinK Sydney. North Syd | ney, and Middle Harlmr, pln.veil at Muswell I brook and defeated tlio local team by nino | wickets and 200 runs. j The match between a metropolitan to am i and 11 local eleven was conclude! at M'udsjeo on Monday. Tlio visitors made !j3 in tlielr fust ,umini;u, while tlie liomc team kpcked up 21H. In their second attempt the metro , politian representatives put together 370 | (Nmvton 41, Ainsworth 15, Oranney 88, An , drews/40, Taylor 03, Law GO', Wats Cord 13). In their second innings Mmlgee lost fiver wle I Uets for 107 (Honevsetto 29, C. Cox 39, Con ' ran 11). The matcl'i was drawn. i A combined metropolitan team .-and a | Huwkesbury eleven j>luyed a match at Wind . tor oil Saturday and Monday.. Tlie visitors won by '288 runs. Roughley got the highest score for the metropolitan team with ISO, wtiile Bowd knocked up 42, which was tlie top score tor the locals. 'Hie .following players will represent the Albion Club in u eomijeti...

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KEEPING OUT HYDROPHOBIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

KEEPING OUT HYDROPHOBIA. MKLLIOUH.NI':, Monday., Australasia is » land that is iree Irom tho tenors 01 uymophouiu, una ivlr. Tudor, tho Minister for Customs, who administers tiio Quarantine Act, is determined to (lo as niucn as lit-* ran to dose' up all avenues thrpugh which it - might i;et a' footing in the Oom 'liiuii iv I'm tii. jj, iii. irfi ttio unportution of i Australia lias been -generally pro hibited, but New Zealand, Europe (includinc the Uritisli Isles), t!ie United States of Ame> l-lca, South America, Africa, China, Japao, and Canada were exempted from the prohi bition. A now proclamation has just bewi issued, which prohibits ,the importation into Australia of do^s lroni niiv part of tJio world except tlio United Kingdom and Mew Zea land, though dogs for scientific or exhibition purposes m.'i.r, by permission of the Minis ter, be imported subject to any condition* that it is considered advisable to impose.

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DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

! OR. SHELDON'S- N13VV DISCOVERY To'.' OmibInt' mul Colds c?wos all Ohest Com plaint':. 1.'- 0(3 nnti 3s Ol)tiiinn.hj'o ai- .ill •storw. and PuUijwi.t)'» PliiTivj,'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

SUMMER LUNfi.% • SCHEDULE^' This all embracing heat calls for the right food. Things to eat arc carefully selected by this Store's management. ! In all lines of Provisions we lead, You .can depend on outs being >not only good, but the best. . ;; It's considerably chcaper to buy the best food, less, chance to incur future physical' trouble. You don't have to think much about it—You v know it's false economy to take chanccs and have tov do with inferior> foods^ because they arc priced lower. We have just landed our Summer Shipment of Cross 'and Black well's Meat and Fish Paste. These Goods easily stand first in the world of Grocerydom, packcd in gla'ss they retain their natural flavour. Very appetising for breakfast or lupcheon these dog days. Here you have the best market and the best assortment to appease your appetite. CROSS AND BLACKWELL'S FISH AND MEAT PASTE IN SMALL ROUND GLASS JARS. YOUR: CHOICE OF ANY OF THESE, AnchoVy Paste, Ham Paste, Sardine Paste, Ham arid Chicken Pa...

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STARLINGS AS ORCHARD THIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

; STAIUJN0S AS ORCHARD THIEVES. j J..,st hoy.- fruit-growing fanners ami pus ; of orchard:* an; in loggerheads with l i!i'» 5l;u'ii»Ko, ill iwkiiri olaws Jmvo I developed ii ' uinrkoiJ taste ...for apples. Tho j birds show thiit Uiuy know a ™ood thins; i wh'ra they, see it. boenusa they tlBlibor.-uoiy ' ;ias>4 over o littlH claur upj/te ol doubtful J tiisto, ami pock bis holes in the iJne^t fruits ! of the table varieties they find )u tuo or I chard.'—' 'Mark. Luno lSxpress.

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